The Final Presidential Debate Is Officially Over

The final presidential debate of the 2020 general election cycle happened Thursday night, October 22. And, compared to its predecessor – the September 29 match-up between Trump and Biden in Cleveland – last night’s debate was a relatively restrained affair.

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Senate Committee Approves Barrett

President Donald Trump’s pick for the Supreme Court, Judge Amy Coney Barrett, has been pushed through the Senate Judiciary Committee. Democrats boycotted the vote and were absent, claiming it was too close to the Presidential election.

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Here Are The Basics To Know For Thursday’s Presidential Debate

The presidential debates of 2020’s general election have been steeped in conflict and confusion. The first debate quickly became infamous for its contentious nature. It was an event dominated by cross-talk, with President Trump talking over both the moderator Chris Wallace and his opponent, Joe Biden.

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Melania Trump Does Not Attend Rally Tuesday Due to Covid-19

Following the Covid-19 diagnosis of the President, First Lady, and many others in the White House, President Donald Trump has returned to the campaign trail. His wife, Melania Trump, however, has since cancelled her most recent campaign appearance due to her bout with Covid-19.

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Op-Ed: Andrew Gounardes’ Ridiculous Campaign of Lies and Smears Against Vito Bruno

Recently I saw a mailer by [State Sen.] Andrew Gounardes attacking the candidate that I am supporting for State Senate in southwest Brooklyn, Vito Bruno.

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Disagreement Over Drop Boxes Adds To Election Conflict

Though the election is officially fifteen days away, over 29 million people across the United States have already voted, according to the U.S. Elections Project. As the lead up to Election Day continues, though, so too does the conflict that has underlined much of this year’s election season.

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Putin Proposes Extension For New Start Treaty

On Friday, Putin proposed that the nuclear arms control pact, or New START treaty, be extended for at least one year. The treaty is on course to expire in February unless the countries agree to its extension.

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Kamala Harris Suspends In Person Campaigning

A flight crew member and communications director, both affiliated with the Biden campaign, have tested positive for the coronavirus. Following this news, Senator Kamala Harris’ campaign travel has been halted.

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Early Voting Is Reaching Record Levels

2020 is an election year quite unlike most that have preceded it. Occurring during the middle of a worldwide pandemic that has killed over 200,000 Americans and a million people across the world, much of America’s general election this year is expected to be conducted using vote-by-mail.

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Romney Releases Statement Troubled by the State of American Politics

Republican Senator Mitt Romney of Utah issued a harsh statement about the current state of US politics on Tuesday, calling it, “vile, vituperative [and] hate-filled.” Additionally, his comments specifically criticized President Trump, Nancy Pelosi, and Keith Olbermann.

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Trump Campaign Lawsuit In Pennsylvania Dismissed By Judge

This Saturday, a federal judge dismissed a Trump campaign lawsuit in Pennsylvania, a state which is considered a crucial battleground in this year’s election. The lawsuit would have limited drop boxes for ballots within the state, attempted to expand poll watchers, and challenged guidance that suggested against tossing out votes based only on inconsistencies between signatures.

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Why This Year’s Vice-Presidential Debate Mattered

Wednesday, October 7, marked the 2020 general election’s first and last Vice-Presidential Debate between current Vice President Mike Pence and Senator Kamala Harris of California.

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